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A seasoned business veteran and a proud mother of two, Jenny is one of the most regular writers at Electra Business. She has years of experience and insights working in the fast-paced business and technology industry.

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5 Practical Uses of Business Field Management Software

There are many reasons why companies should use field management software. Whether it’s to connect remote workers, automate tasks, provide real time updates or schedules; field management software programs are essential. This blog post highlights all of these benefits, and explains the impact a field management system can have on your company today.

7 Signs to Indicate You Might Be Going Bankrupt

Is debt overwhelming you? Do you feel like it is the end of the road for you? Relax; you have options. Having a huge debt and little or no income can make you feel like someone put the entire weight of the world on your shoulders. The stress associated with being unable to pay your debts, let alone the sleepless …

6 Safety Tips for Working at Great Heights

Working at heights can be a dangerous ordeal. This is especially true if the individual is not properly trained or protected. Failing to take precaution prior to completing the job can result in injuries, costly mistakes and delays. Rather than have your workers put at risk, you should continue reading below where we’ve outlined some of the most important things …

5 Steps to Successfully Secure a Small Business Loan

Acquiring a small business loan is easier than you think. As a business owner, you may feel that you have limited options due to the stringent documentation and requirement to show healthy balance sheets. You have a great business idea, a good team and a business that is growing slowly but gradually. The only obstacle is that you do not …

5 Insider Tips for Negotiating a Non-Compete Agreement

Competition for stellar employees is becoming stiffer worldwide. As a result, the need for employers to secure and retain highly effective employees is at an all-time high. The paradox of this situation is that these employees also know they are in high demand. They are therefore transient, moving from one contract to another. To stem this tide, employers are wielding …

6 Minimalistic Methods to Organize Office Clutter

Keeping your office clean has a direct impact on productivity. It’s much easier to stay focused when you aren’t overwhelmed with clutter. Only cleaning up occasionally isn’t a good use of your time since you just end up where you started. This post looks at 6 minimalist techniques you can use on a regular basis to keep clutter under control!

6 Essential Habits for Any Motorbike Beginners

As you are new to riding a motorbike you will have no doubt had lessons and be fully aware of the rules of the road. However, as you are new there are some skills that you will need to improve on over time to ensure that your personal safety and that of everyone else on the road is in good …

6 Business Perks of Using a Restaurant Cleaning Service

There are many costs associated with running a restaurant. From employees’ salaries and food costs to equipment maintenance and rent, you need to ensure you can cover all expenses on a monthly basis. Because of this, it’s only natural that restaurateurs would want to increase cost savings wherever possible. To this end, many choose to clean their restaurants themselves, rather …

4 Useful Real Estate CRM Features For Beginners

Successfully operating a modern business, no matter how big, small, or temporary, often requires tapping into various technologies. Similarly, correctly piloting career decisions, or managing high-value personal sales is also easier with the assistance of technology, more specifically, software applications. Working with real estate is complex, and successfully managing and moving properties requires a whole host of management and social …

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